Have you ever come into work to find your refrigerator has failed and your stock destroyed? Whether you are a hospitality or medical professional, this dilemma could cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars in restocking and lost sales. But
Shopping during Covid-19 can seem risky. You are walking amongst people who may or may not be sick. You are grabbing trolleys which have been touched by countless shoppers. You are feeling fruits and vegetables that others have picked up.
We took to the trains to show how easily germs spread, and this is why you should wash your hands every time you enter the kitchen!!!
What levels are you prepared to go to in an effort to tackle Coronavirus within your cafe or restaurant? Crepe Escape are ahead of the game, but will this soon become the norm?
Sometimes we take ourselves a little bit too seriously. Hopefully our parody is enough to start a conversation, not finish a debate!
In a recent post I discussed a scenario in which poor use of gloves and a cloth could lead to food poisoning. Prior to that I discussed excuses made for bad practices. This footage was the basis of my series of posts.
I was asked how wiping a sandwich bench down with a cloth could give someone food poisoning. Here’s my simple scenario, and it really is just a matter of time.
One common defence for bad food safety is “no-one has ever had food poisoning here”. Case in point was the use of gloves and a cloth. Let’s explore this a bit more and work out how bad you have to be before you do give them food poisoning.
Today I watched some shocking hand hygiene and glove use in a local café. When I discussed it with the business owner, I was amazed at how many of the standard food safety excuses came up. I could almost number them off.
A great Christmas tradition is the roast turkey in the middle of the Christmas banquet. And since it is a recipe that we only tackle once a year, it requires more knowledge into how to cook this dish. So that
ISO 22000 is a standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization dealing with food safety. Since 2005, this is the first update it has gotten! Get acquainted with the newest update to this standard. It is a great way
Another food recall has been made and this time it involves apple pies. The recall was made late yesterday afternoon.
Australian dried apricots were recalled last night. South Australia Health announced the recall following two complaints.
Many producers know the importance of compressed air in the food production process. Despite its importance, it is very easy for people to neglect the food safety of this system. It is one of the places that can cause cross-contamination
Cos lettuce is a popular choice for many of us. They play a crucial part in a good Cesar salad. But they seem to have caused a quite a stir in regards to food safety.
Welcome to the fourth international food safety round up for the year! What’s been happening around the globe?
All Aldi customers beware. There are a number of lines of potentially hazardous foods that have bad seals which allow bacteria to enter, and the modified air to escape. The use-by date is meaningless, and they should be recalled. Instead they are still on the shelf.
Our second last Friday before summer comes. There is no better time to wrap up our summer food safety series! This week, we look into how food should be served.
Recently we discovered our curry and rice dish getting streaks in it. Turns out the culprit may be chromobacterium subtsugae. Are consumers aware of it?
3 weeks ago we found this… Imagine our surprise when we found black spots and streaks through 5 ready-to-serve dishes we had in our fridge. ALL OF THEM WERE CONTAMINATED! Also, this was across two different types of curries. It